The Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC pack will arrive this month and the file size is quite hefty compared to Bethesda?s previous expansions. The DLC pack is almost 1GB bigger than the story expansion Far Harbor DLC. Bethesda is now adding more content to the game, which means that Fallout 4 players will get more features that will lead to additional gameplay hours.
Bethesda confirmed the DLC pack release and features at E3 2016 last June. The DLC pack is the sixth add-on coming for Fallout 4. According to the details shared by Steam, the size of the Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC pack is 3.66GB.
Those who will get the Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC pack will get a massive amount of content. There will be a new region to explore. The DLC pack will also unlock more areas of the open world wasteland in the game. Other interesting features include park zones such as Dry Rock Gulch, Safari Adventure, Galactic Zone and the Kiddie Kingdom.
The Fallout 4 DLC also features new Raiders, quests, weapons and creatures. The DLC pack is the final add-on for the game as the company will be shifting its focus on mods. In April, it already introduced the Mod Creation Tool. Now that the mods are being supported on Xbox One and PC, PS4 players are still waiting. Still, Bethesda has no clue on when the mods will arrive on PS4.
Bethesda has not yet confirmed specifically when the DLC pack will be launched this month. However, on its official website, the company suggests that after the successful completion of beta testing for all the three platforms, the Fallout 4 Nuka World DLC pack will come out in August.
Although the size of the DLC pack is bigger than the previously released add-ons, it would be interesting to see how engaging the content would be this time. Those interested in buying the new DLC pack will have to shell out US$19.99.